JOHN H. SEALS, Ed. andProp’p.
A. B. SEALS. Associate Editor.
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Reading matter on every page.
Arrival*of the America.
Caps Hack, September s.—The Steamship
America, (it is presumed she has taken the
place of the Canada, the latter probably hav
ing been detained,) with Liverpool dates, via
Cork Harbor, to the 25th ultimo, was intercept
ed oft’ the Cape to-day.
Liverpool Cotton Market, August, (Sat
urday,) 25.—The sales ot cotton to-day reach
ed 10.000 bales, of which Speculators and Ex
porters took 2,000. The market closed steady
and firm. [Our dispatches here are confusing.
The last says: “market quiet, steady.”]—Eds.
Loudon Monbv Markets, August 25.
Consols closed at 02J for money and ac
Liverpooi.^Gunseal Markets, August 25.
—Corn has advanced 6d. per quarter. The
weather has improved and the crop prospects
Genual Intelluience.—The steamships
Australasian, Captain Hackley, from JJew
York, August 16, Asia, Captain Brouse, New
York for Galway, August 16, have all arrived
The Steamship Great Eastern is expected to
arrive at Milford Haven about the 24tli in
Hostilities have already commenced on the
soil of Naples. Reggio has been captured by
Garibaldi, and four thousand Calabrians have
joined him. [Reggio is the Southernmost city
and seaport of Italy in Naples, Capital of the
Province of Calabria Ultra 11, eight miles
South-East of Messina, on the East side of its
strait. It is surroundedby a fine country, and
well fortified. In ancient times this was one
of the most renowned cities of Magna Grecia,
and was celebrated for its wines. It was the
birthplace of Agatliocles and the philosophers
Hippi&B and Hipparchus.]— Eds.
A general battle between the Neapolitans
and Garibaldi is imminent.
It is rumored that the French armv > m he
me cased'!lh(,l)OD,A.aji' I *o.H!cd withcanipaign
materials. The artillery regiments have been
ordered to hold themselves in readiness to
inarch on short notice.
The English Parliament will be prorogued
on the 28th.
The steamship Prince Albert will leave Gal
way, for New York, on Monday, 27th, instead
of the 18th inst.
Garibaldi’s progress has been steady. Fort
Reggio has capitulate!.
A large force, under Coseng, has crossed to
Liverpool General Markets.— Flour is
firm. Corn is buoyant and has advanced (id
Latest, Aug. 25.—Breadstuffs are steady.
Corn is buoyant at an advance. Beef is dull
and Pork quiet; a large Government contract
has been advertised. Coffee is steady. Rice
is firm, with large speculative operations, at
3s. Od. advance; Carolina quoted at 235. Od.
per barrel. Rosin is firm and scarce at 4s. tid.
per barrel. Spirits of Turpentine is firm ; all
qualities slightly advanced; quoted at
London General Markets.-— Wheat is buoy
ant, and has advanced 2@3s. Rice is firm and
active. Rosin is firm. Spirits o f Turpentine
is firm, and all qualities have slightly advanced,
quoted at 30s. 6d.@3ls. per barrel.
London Money Market. —The bullion
in the Bank of England has increased
Havre Market.—Wheat is buoyant, and
lias advanced 3f. per sack.
Arrival of the Prince Albert.
St. John’s, N. F., September 5. The
Steamship Prince Albert, Captain Brouse,
from Galway the 28th ultimo arrived hero to
Liverpool Cotton Market, August 28.
The sales to-day amount to 8000 bales. There
had been a large supply of Cotton received
Liverpool Grain Market.— The weather
is favorable to crops. Large orders for grain
have been gent to America. Flour is dull.
Wheat is steady, but less active. Corn is qui
et. Provisions are dull.
Liverpool Markets. —The weather is fine
but still showery. Flour is buoyant. Wheat
is firm, at full prices. Corn is advancing.
Provisions are quiet. Rosin is buoyant, at 4s.
6d. Spirits of Turpentineis firm, at 31s. Su
gar is steady. Rice is firm; all qualities
slightly advanced, with a large speculative in
quiry. Coffee is steady.
London, Aug. 27.—Breadstuffs are buoyant.
Wheat is advancing, all grades have consider
ably advanced; quoted at ss.—an advance on
* 4he week’s sales. Rice is firm, with a large
speculative inquiry, andexhibits an advancing
tendency in prices.
London Money Market.— The money mar
ket is depressed in consequence of the unfav
orable harvest reports. Consols closed on
Tuesday (28th) at 92}@93 for money and ac
Storm at Memphis.—A violent storm passed
over Memphis, Tennessee, on Sunday evening,
causing great damage to buildings, bridges.
&c. The Appeal office building was much in
jured. The rain fell in torrents, filling up cis
terns and weaking the foundation of houses.
TOOLS of all kinds,
House Furnishing Goods,
wholesale Plated, Planished and
AND Brittannia Ware,!
RAWSON, GILBERT & BURR.
WHITEHALL ST. ATLANTA.
P. S. Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering, Sul done
promptly. Feb 22 ly
flAft £ * lift if
Fire Insurance Company,
Os HARTFORD, Conn.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS
$936,709 • 00.
POLICIES ISSUED AND RENEWED—Losses equitably
<|justcil and immediately upon satisfactory proof
in New York Funds, l>y the undersigned, the duly author
ized agent. march 8 dly N. L. ANOIER
Orrici on Whitehall Htroot, on the P. Office corner.
DkS. W. ff. DIRHAM k J. H. BHGIITWELL,
HAVE associated themselves together In the practice of
Medicine, and hereby inform tho public that they
have permanently located in the city of Atlanta. Tliay
Chronic diseases. In connection with the regular Allo
pathic treatment, they will combine that of the late Dr. L.
Durham, of Clarke county, Ua. They propose to visit per
sons at a distance for the purpose of performing Surgical
operations. Prompt attention given to all communications
and calls. Office on Whitehall street. July 19.
THE undersigned has one of the most complete establish
ments in the State of Georgia. His rooms are warm
and pleasant, with comfortable seats, large mirrors, and all
the complete parapharnalia of a first-class shop.
He has in his employ several excellent Barbers of long
practice, who will give every attention to customers, and
lie desires his old friends and the pnblic generally to give
him a call. His shop is in Norcross’ new Building, on
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Jan 13,1360 dtf Proprietor.
B. S. SANCHEZ,
Shipping & Commission Merchant, Savannah. Ga.
BEING connected with a responsible and influential
bouse in the island of Cuba; also, in Charleston, H. C.,
every facility is secured for the promotion of a legitimate
imjiortation of West India Produce, to which special atten
tion is given.
R. L. Sanchez, Matanzas (Cuba) 1 g ~ p ,
Pacjand A SAT..AB, Charleston, S. Partnerß -
April 3 ly
Witt & Wise
HAVE fitted up an extensive Ice-house back of the Ma
sonic building, which they intend to keep filled with
the best quality of Ice during the season.
March 27 ts
CONFECTIONERIES, FRUITS, SEGARS
(At Valentino’s old stand,)
WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GA.
May 3 ly
MODEL AUCTION HOUSE !
AUCTION SALES EVERT TIGHT!
WM. 8. BARNES & CO.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
We are now opening a full stock of
which we bought cheap and will sell cheap.
A Splendid Lot of
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Ten Package* of CROCKERY, CHINA and GLASS
WARE, just received and opened this day.
Aug. 27. WM. H. BARNES t CO.
Atlanta, G-a., Saturday Morning, September 8, IS6O.
M’N AUGHT, ORMOND & CO.
’ AMD i£A LRRS IK
Keytlonc Biddings, Whitehall Street
Wm. McNaught, \ TT A VTM P \ / Thos. Scratch In,
JamesOrmond, j AILAWIAj uA (John Morrison.
Smith ft Patrick, N. Y. Duncan ft Johnson, Sav.
Allen. McLeau A Bulkley. Y. Y. Post ft Mel. N. Orleans.
Smallwood, Earle ft Cos. N. Y. Walsh, Smith ft Cos. Mobilo.
I. K. Test. Cashier, Sav. M. J. Wicks, Pres. Mem.
Naylor ft Smith, Charleston. D. A. January ft Cos. St. L.
W. M. Lawton ft Cos. Ch’l’st’n. Crittenden ft Cos. Louisville
CORN SHELTERS, PEED CUT
tors, of various sizes and patterns, for salo by
June 9 McNAUUHT, ORMOND and CO
“WATER COOLERS”—2, 3 and 4 gal.
Octagon and Chrystalizod. For wile by
McN AUGIIT, ORMOND ft CO.
SHOVELS, SPADES, PICKS, MAT
tocks. Ac. The attention of merchants and contractors
and contractors i- called to our stock of the above.
McNAUIIT, ORMOND ft CO.
VARNISII AND JAPAN.—Coach
body, “Damar”, Furniture. Iron ond Brown Japan.
For sale by McNAUGUT, ORMOND ft CO.
BIRD CAGES—in great variety
For Rule t.y McNAUGUT, ORMOND A CO.
PLY TRAPS—two patterns, for sale by
McNAUGUT, ORMOND A CO.
“ICE-CREAM FREEZE IIS.” Th e o eT
ebruted 5 minute cream freezer—four sizes—3, 4. 6 and 8
qts. For sale by McNAUGIIT, ORMOND A CO.
CRAIN CRADLES, Grain Cra
dies and Scythes, complete, of 5 Patterns—Grass and
Grain Scythes and Hooks, ‘‘Snathes,” Stones and Rifles.
For sale by McNAUGUT, ORMOND A CO.
\VATERINC POTS, for garden and
store use—four sizes. For Halo by
McNAUGUT, ORMOND A CO.
WHITE LEAD, OILS, Ac
-100 kegs White Lead—various brands:
1000 galls. Raw Oil;
1000 galls. Boiled Oil. Forsnleby
June 9, 1860 McNAUGUT, ORMONDA CO.
“Richard** Himself Again.”
- k —V rs _ n iir*i i tt- i —fr II
J. J. RICHARDS & CO.
ARK hnppy to inform their friends and tho public that
. they have again taken possession of their new store in
1 Ankiin’j inuii FRONT ROiLRiNO,
OVrOSITE BEACH $ ROOTS,
where they will he pleased to see any and all in want ot
And, for the nccomnmdntion of the public on the NORTH
81DE OF THE RAILROAD, they will also keep open
their storo on
till they are satisfied that it “will not pay.”
Country Merchants and Teachers supplied at the LOW
for Books or Music per mail promptly at
tended to. Juno 26
BEACH & ROOT,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Large Lot of
THE BEST IN THE WORLD,
Which they will sell at the
Clothing and Furnishing Store,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
jan 13,1500 dly
JOEL I>. SIMS,
GROCER AND COMMISSION
Decatur Street, 3 doors West of the Atheneum Building
jan 13 1860 dtf
1W CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT!
v . _
Bryson & Beaumont,
Whitehall St., nearly opposite Beach & Root’s,
Solicit the attention of the pnblic to their entirely new Stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres and V^estings,
which fTu*y will make to order in the very best manner, and at prices AS LOW os any establishment in the South.
A Good Fit in all Cases Warranted.
Onr dock of CLOTHING is new and complete, and at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory to all. Our stock of
FURNISHING GOODS consists of
SILK, WOOL AND COTTON UNDER GARMENTS, for Spring and Sum
GLOVES, HOSIERY, CRAVATS, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, and in feet every
article suitable for a gentleman’s wear,
* WIHCH WK WILL SELL FOR CASH
Cheaper than the same quality can be had in the City.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
March 23,1860—dfim. BRYSON <fc BEAUMONT.
jliinem j, ■■■ i , 1-J-J.L-J— ■
WM. M. WILLIAMS,
General Commission Merchant,
AND DKALEK IN TENNESSEE AND WESTERN PRODUCE GENERALLY,
Atheneum Building, Decatur St., Atlanta, Ga.
Is lit nil times projmred to supply purchasers with GRAIN, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
FEATH EKS, Use., on tlie best terms this market will afford.
£SOO -nek. Choice Tennessee Flour, now being received nnd for sale by
Feb. 3. 48(10. WM. M. WILLIAMS.
Abbott & Bro.,
-i- ,IK WHOLESALE
Corner Whitehall and Mitchell streets,
——Have in store and for sale
400 Barrels extra family and super Flour; j
3bo Sacks “ “ “ “
1000 Sacks white and mixed Corn ;
300 Bushels fresh ground Corn .Meal;
100 Bales choice Northern Hay;
500 Pounds live Geese Feathers;
25 Barrels and 30 half biffs. Mackerel ;
30,000 Pounds Tenn. Bacon, assorted ;
30 Barrels choice Leaf Lard ;
50 Cans “ “ “
500 Bush Rye for Fall Sowing.
Fall ami Spring Barley, Oats, Wln-ft, Stork Peaa, &c. amt
are constantly receiving new supplies
Sugar, Syrup. Coffee, Salt, Candles, Tobacco, Factory
Yarn, etc. etc. Aug 29
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
Clothing and Dry Goods,
One Door from the Corner of Whitehall
and Marietta Bts.
FALL TRADE, 1860.
A large assortment of CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOODS,
HaTS, BRIDLES. HARNESS, TRUNKS, TRAV
ELING BAGS, VALISES, Ac. ft.
A splenlid stock of STAPLE and FANCY, FOREIGN and
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS for men, women and chil
dren’s wear, household and other purposes, at
NEW YORK PRICES.
N. B.—Two splended Rosewood “Stoddart Plano Fortes,*’
for sah* at New York cost. March 24.
VEAL & WOOD,
John.-on’s Block, Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
. DEALERS IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER ANI) PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES,
BAH BRAIDING. ENGRAVING AND REPAIRING,
DONE IN BEST SYLE.
| - THE undersigned is now prepared to trans
port passengers to and from the Passenger
Vu ZXI it —k— Depot. He will be at the arrival of every
| train with a suitable carriage to convey passengers to any
j portion of the city. He will keep a slate for registry at
Mr. Ballard’s Saloon, where those needing his services can
leave their address.
He will have safe teams and careful drivers, and hopes
to meet a liberal patronage.
May 24—ts H. W. LAMSON.
P. E. M’DANIEL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY,
Hunter St., Atlanta.
I Feb 18,1860 dly
G. W. JACK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Gn.
KEEPS constantly on hand every variety of
Liquors nnd Wines, at the LOWEST MAR
A Large lot of Choice Spanish and American |
All of which will be sold at
Astonishingly Low Prices.
CALL -AJSriD SEE.
I Jan 13,1860 dly
Fire and Life
FIT HR subscriber represents the following FIRST CLASS
1 COMPANIES, each haviug a Caul* capital and large
♦Continental In. Cos. N. Y., Capital and Sup. $1,000,000 I
♦Security In. Cos. N. Y. “ “ “ 575,000
Home In. Cos., N. Y. “ “ u 1,458.390
Springfield Fire and Marine In. Cos., Mass. 484,000
Humboldt, N. Y. “ “ “ 235.958
♦Market, N. Y. “ “ 300.000
Citizens, N. Y. “ “ “ 324.362
Niagara, N. Y. “ “ 304.954
Metropolitan of New York, “ “ “ 400,000
Alabama In. Cos. Montgomery 44 “ M 300,^00
New-York Life Insurance Cos. lim a Capital of $1,800,000 1
Companies thus * designated divide 75 per cent, of their
net earnings with the Policy holders.
Office, west side of Whitehall street, next door to T. R.
Ripley's, opposite Daily Intelligencer office.
April 14 jan 13 ly SAMUEL SMITH, Agent.
X\7 K are Agents for the following Southern Insurance 1
* “ Companies:
The. Augusta Insurance & Bank ing Co.—Capital $375,000
The Si lma Inturaw-K 0 !Tt***tU (Wf<ay “ IHHJ.IMIU i
The Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia, 300,000
Our rates are as favorable as those of any SAFE institu
tions of the same kind.
We can divide a risk of SIO,OOO in the above Companies.
The lives of Negroes are also insured in the Augusta
All the above are on a solid and permanent basis, having
accumulated a large surplus on their capitals. Our com
munity would seem to act with wisdom in patronising
Southern Institutions, as their settlements on
losses—where litigation or difficulties might ensue—can be
made at home. S. B. ROBSON ft CO.
May 16 ly
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines, Liquors & Segars,
Puet Office Corner, on Whitehall street, between Macon and
Western Kail Road and Alabama street.
Feb 8 dly
SIMMS & HOYT,
-Attorneys at Law,
Markham’s New Buildings,
[Next to DeShong’s.]
Will practice in the following counties: Troup. Coweta,
Fayette, Campbell, Clayton, Fulton, Cobb and DeKalb. In
the Supreme Court of Atlanta. United States District Court
, at Marietta and Savannah.
j R. W. Simms S. B. Hoyt.
, jan 20, 1860 dly
BALDWIN, REID & CO.
GROCERS 9 COMMISS’N MERCHANTS.
995 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
i Mch 26m w. a. Baldwin, r. n. nrrld, amos clark.
OUR R._R. SCHEDULE.
- A 4
Augusta to Atlanta, 171; Fare, S6—GEO. YOUNGE, Supe’t
MORNING PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta Daily, at 9 00 am
Arrive* at Augusta 6 45 pm
Leaves Augusta dailey, at 12 45 am
Arrives at Atlanta 9 46 a si
NIGIIT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta daily, at 8
Arrives at Augusta 6
Leaves Augusta at 2 45
Arrives at Atlanta 11 45
This road runs in connection with the trains of the South
Carolina and Savannah and Augusta Railroads, at Augusta
ATLANTA & W. POINT R. It.
DAY lARSENGER TRAIN?
Atlanta to W. Point, 87 miles ; Fare, $3 50— GEO. G HULL,
Leaves Atlanta daily, at ...10 10 a m
Arrives At West Point .3 10 pm
Leaves West Point Daily, at 3 00 PM
Arrives at Atlanta 7 51 pm
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta daily at 12 30 am
Arrives at West Point 5 46 am
Lenves West Point dAily, at 315 a m
Arrives at Atlanta 8 00 a m
W. & ATLANTIC (STATE) R. R.
Atlanta to Chattanooga, 138 miles, fare Johw W-Lewib
’ ‘ ua\ - ‘r 1 *
Leaves Atlanta at \\Q 00 a m
Arrives at Dalton 4 32 p v
Arrives at Chattanooga. 7 34 a m
Leaves Atlanta 08 p m
Arrives at Dalton 2 16 a m
I Arrives at Chattanooga 6 30 an
Leaves Chattanooga at 8 25am
i Arrives at Dalton 7 20 a m
I Arrives at Atlanta 1 40 p m
Loaves Chattanooga 3 00 P
| Arrives at Dalton 5 35 P M
Arrives at Atlanta ’’’n 3 2 pm
Connects with the great New-Orleans ft New-York Mail
Route 4 times a day through the ten valleys (Italy of Amer
ica.) Splendid scenery and bounteous fare.
’ mmm ————
MACON & WESTERN R. R.
Macon to Atlanta, 102 miles, fare $4 50—Alfred L. Tyler,
Leave Atlanta, at 2 15 P M
Arrive at Macon 7 45 p M
Leave Macon, at 1 45 p m
Arrive at Atlanta 7 15pm
Leave Atlanta at night 12 00 m
I Arrive at Macon 7 15 a m
Leave Macon at night 12 00 m
Arrive at Atlanta 7 15 A m
The night trains will not be run on Suudays.
The 12 o’clock night train from Atlanta connects with the
Central Kail Road for Savannah, at 10 45. a. m., and South
western, for Albany and Columbus, at 9 45, a. hi.
The 11 a. ra. train connects with the Central Rail Road at
10 p. m. and Southwestern at 11 45 p. m.
Through Tickets, from Atlanta to New York, by this
| line. s2l 00.
CENTRAL RAIL ROAD.
ii". IV. Vlii.il ..I” i * I"|” 11"li li l""I
On aud after Sunday Feb. 26th, the trains will run as
Leave Savannah 10 05 a m 130 p m and 1110 p m
Arrive in Macon 8 56am and 11 05 p m
Arrive in Augusta 630 a m and 635 p m
Arrive at Milledgeville 12 30 p m
Leave Macon 10 00 a m and 10 00 p m
Arrive at Savannah 7 29 am... 7 45 p m and 10 40 p m
Arrive at Augusta 630 a m and 635 p m
Leave Augusta 12 30 a m and 215 p m
Arrive at Savannah 7 29 a m and 10 40 p m
Arrive at Macou 8 55 a m and 11 05 p m
Trains that leave Savannah at 10.05 a. m. only run to
Milieu, arriving there at 3.10 p. m. connecting with 10 a.m.
Macon train to Augusta.
Passengers taking the 2.35 p. m. train at Augusta, will
leave Millen 5.50 p.'in. and arrive at Savannah at 10.40 p. m.
Passengers by 11.10 p. m. from Savannah, will go through
direct to Augusta.
| Passengers by either 1.30 or 11.10 p. m. trains from Savan
j nah for Macon, or points beyond, will meet with no deten
tion at Macon.
Passengers for Atlanta, or points beyond, on W. ft A. R.
■ R. will leave Savannah on the 1.30 p. m. train; for Milledge
! ville and E&tonton, on 11.10 p. m. train; for S. W. R. R. be-
I low Fort Valley, on 11.10 p.m. train; those for Montgomery,
Columbus, etc. by either train.
Passengers from Augusta, for S. W. Ga. should take the
| 12.30 a. m. train, to avoid detention at Macon. Those for
Columbus, Montgomery, Ac. may take either train.
Trains connect at Macon with Macon ft Western trains to
Griffin and Atlanta and the West; also, with S. West trains
to Albany. Cuthbert, Eufaula, Fort Gaines, Americas, Co
lumbus, Montgomery, &c., and at Millen with Augusta and
Savannah R. R. to Augusta and the north; at Savannah
with the tri-weekly steamships to New York; also, with
steamships to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
By this change in schedule, the connection both ways, at
Augusta, with the South Carolina Kail Rood, is secured, and
passengers will have uo detention at Augusta or Millen, as
heretofore. Feb. 27
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Leivc Charleston 5.45 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta 1.15 P. M.
Leave Charleston 2.30 p. u.
Arrive at Augusta 11.15 P. m.
Leave Augusta 7.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston 3.40 P. ii.
Leave Augusta 7.15 P. M .
Arrive at Charleston 4.30 A. tt.